Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sample audio

Sound clips to consider

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Revised slides from Saturday

Saturday was ok, the tech all worked fine and there was a lot of conversation. the Kinetic Animation in the evening was very interesting. Some of it could be "visual music" I think. i will try to explore this later.

I have changed the slides a bit and downloaded a PDF. Now on Slideshare and Scribd. There may be more of a document for Scribd later.

Digital Music Video(3)

Friday, February 12, 2010

Broadsided! video

Now loaded from yesterday

There could be more video and stills. On tonight and Saturday.

Suggested tag #rosebondexeter

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Kinetic Animation - Virus by Robert Proch

I have been looking online for video around Kinetica and found Virus by Robert Proch

This seems much closer to the "electronic and new media" aspect of Kinetica. The work at the Phoenix is mostly mechanical. Virus will be shown on a big screen at 6pm on Saturday at the Phoenix. my talk should finish around 4 so that would allow time for a drink and to check the gallery.

The music is by Herbaliser.

Robert Proch has a page on Vimeo with other work.

There are also videos on a page from Intoxicated Demons, a sort of online gallery though they do real events as well. I hope to find out more about them.

Monday, February 08, 2010

Previously, the Oregonian reports Rose Bond

Here is a YouTube interview with Rose Bond who will be in Exeter for the animation at the castle. My guess is that it will be ok to photograph or video so there could be several examples. Suggest tag #rosebondexeter

Decode and Kinetica

I am finding out more about Decode and Kinetika at the V&A. Not sure how they connect.

It seems that there is more about electronics and new media, not just the kinetic as such
relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces associated therewith
source wordnetweb

Links welcome on web aspects of the artists showing at the Phoenix.

Web video is spreading

Checking out sites ahead of Animated Exeter next weekend I find that there is a lot more content online. Lumen supported the first event curated by Greg Kurcewicz and shown in Exeter, featuring work by Lillian Schwartz. They now have a Vimeo channel where I found this example. Not animation I think, looks like actual footage.

Also distributors Lux have some work on YouTube , mostly interviews with short extracts

So gradually more content is available. Still linked to protected content but part of a changing scene.

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Slides for 13th Feb

Most content ready for talk so comments welcome during the week. Time now fairly limited but links or DVDs please also.